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Invisible rabbit shows his ears

Theater company runs online contest for upcoming show. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Have you seen Harvey? Forest Moon Theater Company’s new online contest begs that question of its fans. It’s a triple entendre, in part because in their upcoming comedy, Harvey is an imaginary...

Tour of artists combines galleries, studios

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Guild of Artists hosts the 18th annual Tour of Artists to be held Sept. 7-8. Galleries in downtown Wake Forest and studios in various other locations will have artists on hand to showcase and discuss their masterpieces. The Wake Forest Guild of...
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Locals involved in a play to make you think

Animal Farm comes to Raleigh Little Theatre. Animal Farm showtimes Dates: Thursday-Friday, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 1 p.m., 5 p.m. Cost: $15 for adults, teens; $10 children 12 and under Location: Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre at Raleigh Little Theatre, 301 Pogue St., next to...
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Cast chosen for Harvey

Tickets go on sale in August by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Eleven actors have been chosen for the cast of Harvey, Forest Moon Theater’s fall comedy about a man and his imaginary friend. They are Meredith Feldman as Myrtle Mae Simmons; Heather Dahlberg as Veta Louise Simmons; Mark...

Arts festival approved by Louisburg

Live music and street painting competition scheduled for Oct. 5 By Jay Lamm LOUISBURG — Chalk one up for the Louisburg Town Council. A unanimous vote gives the Franklin County Arts Council permission to move forward with an Arts Festival scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5. The...